Aussicht ins frühlingshafte Tannheimer Tal, Tirol Aussicht ins frühlingshafte Tannheimer Tal, Tirol Aussicht ins frühlingshafte Tannheimer Tal, Tirol

Lake-run Tannheimer Tal

Lake run (Seen-Lauf) in the Tannheimer Tal

Proven running routes through the nature reserve

Put on your running shoes and off you go through an impressive landscape: on Saturday, 16 May 2020, the lakes run will take place in the Tannheimer Tal. The runners have the choice between three routes, a 22.7 kilometre lap and a 10 kilometre lap. Both lead through the nature reserve at Vilsalpsee. New to the Traildays is the Trailrun course with 30 kilometres and 1,500 metres of altitude difference. There are also trails for children in the centre of Tannheim. The organisation team is expecting around 700 participants from near and far for this running experience against the breathtaking backdrop of the Tannheim mountain peaks. 

The start for the 22.7 kilometre distance for runners is at 3.00 p.m., followed at 3.15 p.m. by runners over the 10-kilometre distance. A special feature of the lake run: Nordic Walkers also start over the 10 kilometres. Here it is not the fastest participant who wins, but the one who finishes closest to the average time. Youngsters can also take part in sporting activities: Children and schoolchildren can choose from a one and two kilometre route. The start of the young athletes will take place at 15.30 hrs.

Further information on the event can be found at  www.seen-lauf.com
Online registration  is possible for all distances.


New: the trail run over 30 kilometres


Trail running is ideal for all runners, hikers or Nordic walkers who want to take the next step in their sporting development. LEKI expert Peter Schlickenrieder is of the same opinion. During the Traildays, the Olympic silver medallist in cross-country skiing gives a comprehensive insight into this trend sport. The participants can put their new sporting knowledge into practice right away during the lake run. "So it was obvious that the Lakes Run would expand its range of courses," says OK boss Michael Keller. The new trail run leads from Tannheim towards Älpele to Höfersee, over Lohmoos and below Einstein back to the start and finish area at Sägerklause in Tannheim. The starting signal is given at 15 o'clock.

Start and finish area is at the Tennishalle Sägerklause in Tannheim, where the start numbers will be handed out and the award ceremony will take place.

Further information on the event can be found at www.seen-lauf.com
Online registration is possible for all distances.